- Agreed. Most of the time I don t post because whatever the subject, it s been discussed at length before. Other than the sound from ultrasound idea, I haven tMessage 1 of 7 , Jul 22, 2010View SourceAgreed.
Most of the time I don't post because whatever the subject, it's been discussed at length before. Other than
the sound from ultrasound idea, I haven't seen anything new in quite some time. And I haven't seen anything
to date that satisfactorily explains the hum.
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From: Lesley Fellows
I think people learn to live with it and their active participation in discussion decreases. I've learned to
live along with mine, it certainly hasn't decreased and the fact it is there and that non hearers don't
believe in its existence continues to annoy.
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On 20 Jul 2010, at 20:38, "skeptichearer" <skeptichearer@...> wrote:
Would this mean that the hum is generally fading?
I've lost my hum since a while, many months ago, at both the locations where I used to hear it and where I
spend my life. The locations are 150 Km apart, one is a highly populated area near the city of Neaples, the
other one is a quiet scarsely populated non-industrialised town in quite a rural area.
What is the opinion of the veretan members of this list?
Antonio, South Italy
- As you say, it is very disheartening to see the same things said over and over, What is the hum?, where is it coming from?, is it audio or emf derived?, how doMessage 2 of 7 , Jul 29, 2010View SourceAs you say, it is very disheartening to see the same things said over and over, What is the hum?, where is it coming from?, is it audio or emf derived?, how do we counteract its devistating effects?. ect. ect.
But the reason I keep coming back to this website, is that I hope one day someone will actually say....We have solved it...The reason the hum exists is because of..... and now we know what causes it, here is how to stop it, or if not, here are the countermeasures to it.
Maybe one day !
Cheers Colin Mack, West Coast, Central Scotland.